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Kimmba’s bilingual education 11 years on has seen Andrew’s government catch up

Kimmba has been the pioneer and market leader in providing bilingual early education since 2007. I’m very pleased that the Andrew’s government has finally caught up. In the past 11 years, all the dedication, lobbying, then rejection and humiliation from DET has only made me stronger and more determined to establish kimmba in various locations to include families and children who would otherwise not be able to participate.

Babies not confused when learning two languages

Babies that are exposed to more than one language are soaking it up without confusion, according to researchers.

Bilingual preschoolers show stronger inhibitory control

For students in preschool, speaking two languages may be better than one, especially for developing inhibitory control—the ability to stop a hasty reflexive response and instead select a more adaptive response.

 

to my baby's daycare teacher

It’s 7:30 in the morning, and I catch myself dragging my feet into your classroom. I’m busy complaining about how I’ve been up for an hour and I barely slept. Meanwhile, you’ve been here since six o’clock. You turned the lights on in your classroom before I even opened my eyes.

Pediatrician Explains How Doing This One Thing Early Can Change A Child’s Life

Reading to your infant or young child is a beautiful bonding experience, but there’s far more happening in these literary moments beyond a parent and kid spending time together.

Being bilingual alters your brain. Here's how

It’s well known that being bilingual has cognitive benefits: switching between two languages has been compared to mental gymnastics.

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